Warren Zevon Live at Raul's Roadside Attraction on 1988-11-30
01. //Drop Down Mama [Estes]
02. Boom Boom Mancini
03. Play It All Night Long
04. Frank and Jesse James
05. [band intros]
06. The Factory
08. Mama Couldn't be Persuaded
09. Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner
11. I Can't Tell You Why [Frey/Henley/Schmit]
12. Junko Partner [Shad]
01. [banter] > Hasten Down the Wind
02. Travelin' Riverside Blues [Johnson]
03. Poor Poor Pitiful Me
04. What's New Pussycat [Bacharach/David]
05. Lawyers, Guns and Money
06. Werewolves of London
07. Trouble [Leiber/Stoller]
Collection WarrenZevonBand/Artist Warren ZevonVenue Raul's Roadside AttractionLocation Portland MESource SBD?Lineage SBD? > ??? > CD-R > EAC (secure) > Adobe Audition > FLAC (level 8, sectors aligned, shntool verified)Taped by unknownTransferred by unknown
"The Patrician Homeboys"
Dan Dugmore - Guitar, dobro, banjo, lap steel guitar, pedal steel guitar, vocals
Timothy B. Schmit - Bass, vocals
» d1t01: cut at beginning of track
» d1t11: Timothy B. Schmit sings lead
» This version remastered in June 2004 by D1, who says:
"A 1.5 db amplitude increase was applied to the entire show,
it was retracked, some clipping was restored and the volume
was increased as needed for the spoken parts. D2/T8 was appended
to T7, faded and deleted."
» Uploaded to archive.org on 08 April 2005
April 11, 2006
Read previous reviews and delete tracks 7 and 8 and burn complete set on one disc.
March 30, 2006
Good goood show!
Zevon puts on a pretty good show here. You can vibe his idea of what music should be and says it at the end of Boom Boom Mancini.
Thanks to whom put the show up!
June 15, 2005
Carmelita and Mama Couldn't Be Persuaded are part of the large file for The Factory. So delete them when they come up as single files or you'll get them twice.
April 29, 2005
thank you jordan zevon
your freely trade policy is awesome. warren is a true gem and i can only hope more of his show up here. i have always listened to warren ever since 1976 (when i was 12 i might add) you know heaven has a hell of a band with warren on the piano. this show sounds great all things considered.
April 29, 2005
Great Selection, Sound is a little fizzy
A pretty good concert, great songs in this and WZ is having a lot of fun on Stage.
There is a bit of fuzzyness in this which might be that the taping levels were set too high when it originally was recorded.
April 13, 2005
Really nice to see this addition to the archive. Nice sound quality, good show. Recommened for download
April 11, 2005
Great to see a Warren Zevon show up on the archive in mp3. It has me started thinking about this artist again.
I liked in the start of Werewolves of London he starts with the opening line from Ginsberg's Howl: http://www.archive.org/audio/audio-details-db.php?collection=naropa&collectionid=naropa_anne_waldman_and_allen_ginsberg